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" Ideal forum to network with key people from the GCC markets and discuss how to shape this region for the future "

Grant Taylor Network Manager, CREDIT SUISSE (attendee at MESF 2010)


Middle East Securities Operations

Driving Operations To Meet Increasing Investor Demand In A Secure And Transparent Environment

Tuesday 22 ­ Wednesday 23 March, 2011 - Al Bustan Palace Intercontinental, Muscat, Oman

Key Industry Speakers Joining Us This Year Include:

Colin Brooks Global Head of Sub-Custody & Clearing HSBC SECURITIES SERVICES

H.E. Yahya Said Abdullah Al-Jabri Executive President CAPITAL MARKET AUTHORITY, SULTANATE OF OMAN

Ahmed Saleh Al Marhoon Director General MUSCAT SECURITIES MARKET

Dr Jarmo Kotilaine Chief Economist NCB CAPITAL

Dr Khaled Serry Chairman THE EGYPTIAN EXCHANGE

Rashed A. Al Baloushi Deputy Chief Executive Director of Operations ABU DHABI SECURITIES EXCHANGE

Satvinder Singh MD - EMEA Head of Direct Custody and Clearing, Global Transaction Services CITI

Elyas Algaseer Ramy Bourgi Managing Director - Head of Fixed Head of Emerging Markets Income Middle East SOCIETE GENERALE SECURITIES CREDIT AGRICOLE CORPORATE & SERVICES INVESTMENT BANK

Eric Swats Head of Asset Management RASMALA INVESTMENT BANK LTD

Don't Miss These Conference Highlights:

Special Guest Speech

"The New Silk Road" Ben Simpfendorfer Chief China Economist ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND

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Keynote Address

H.E. Maqboul Bin Ali Sultan, Minister of Commerce and Industry & Chairman of The Board of Directors CAPITAL MARKET AUTHORITY, SULTANATE OF OMAN

Country Clinics: 5 Country by Country Roundtables

Top level networking that can't be beaten - bringing together overseas and domestic players to share both `on' and `off' the record information


Pre-Conference One Day Workshop - Monday 21 March, 2011

Assessing GCC Market Infrastructure Risks

GCC Infrastructure in the Context of Global Best Market Practice



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Driving Operations To Meet Increasing Investor Demand In A Secure And Transparent Environment

Al Bustan Palace Intercontinental Muscat, Oman. 22-23 March, 2011

Day One: Tuesday 22 March, 2011

08:30 Registration & Coffee 09:00


Regulatory Framework: Lessons From International Experience, And How To Customise It For The MENA Markets

Moderator: Tim Plews

Partner, Head of Middle East Financial Services Practice

Abdulla Abdin

Head of Settlement & Depository


Chairman's Opening Remarks

Colin Brooks

Global Head of Sub-Custody & Clearing


Tim leads the financial services sector regulatory practice in the Middle East region. Having advised public and private sector clients in the Middle East for nearly 15 years, Tim moved in the summer of 2010 from London to UAE/Riyadh.Tim's practice focuses on the interaction of public and private sector institutions and government agencies that sponsor, promote and regulate economic activity in the GCC states with a special emphasis on the financial services sector. He led the firm's teams that wrote the regulatory blueprint and the key regulatory legislation for the Dubai Ininces Authority. He prepared anti-money laundering rules for the Qatar Financial Centre and is currently advising private sector institutions in relation to market access in Saudi Arabia.

Operational Council: Recent Initiatives & Developments In Regional Clearing & Settlement

Mike Cowley

Director ­ Head of Product


Colin Brooks has been closely involved in the development of securities services in HSBC for 20 years. Currently the global head of Sub-Custody and Clearing, Colin is responsible for the business in the 40 markets worldwide in which it currently provides services, spanning four out of the five continents. He is a member of HSBC's Securities Services' Management Committee and represents HSBC on SWIFT's Securities Council.


Mike Cowley joined Deutsche Bank three years ago as Head of Product and Client Management, MENA, and is based in Dubai. He is responsible for expanding the Domestic Custody Services franchise in the MENA region. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Mike held the position of Head of Operations at NASDAQ Dubai (formally DIFX) where he was responsible for the set up and structuring of the market from an operational and business rule perspective.


Welcome Address From The Ministry

H.E. Maqboul Bin Ali Sultan

Minister of Commerce and Industry



In 1987 His Excellency Maqboul Bin Ali Sultan was , elected as President of the Oman Chamber of Commerce & Industry. On 15 December 1991, he was appointed by His Majesty as the Minister of Commerce & Industry and has held this role since then.

Panellists: Abdullah Al-Salmi


Sulaiman Al Rashdi

Deputy Director General


With his vast experience in the various areas related to the market, Sulaiman has effectively contributed to the development and growth of the exchange and related entities. Due to his stature, knowledge and skills, Sulaiman has been invited to speak at various national and international conferences. He has also been nominated to various committees within the Exchange and the Depository. Sulaiman is currently chairing the Executive Committee in Muscat Depository & Securities Registration Company [MDSRC] as well as Personnel Committee and Purchases Committee in MSM.


Abdullah has been an Executive Vice President at CMA since November 2008. Prior to this he was Executive VP of Regulatory Affairs at CMA. Other significant roles have included Chairman of the Muscat Securities Market from 2002-2008, and Member of the Board of Directors of Oman National Investment Holding Company.


Keynote Address I: Bringing Down The Barriers ­ Developing International Investment Into Oman And The Wider GCC Region

H.E. Yahya Said Abdullah Al-Jabri

Executive President

Michael Dalby

Senior Technical Consultant

Samir Jaradat



His Excellency Yahya Bin Said Bin Abdullah Al-Jabri has vast experience of global corporate & investment banking with academic qualifications from prestigious American schools including the Kellogg School of Management, Harvard Business School and Darden University wherein he attained degrees in advanced Management programmes. In addition to his current position he also holds senior positions in Oman's leading business & financial sectors such as being a member of the Board of Directors at the Central Bank of Oman, a Board member of the Civil Service Pension Fund, Chairman of Pak Oman Investment Company and Chairman of Majan Electricity Company to name a few.


Michael is a financial services lawyer with over 20 years' experience in planning and implementing legal and regulatory projects for a variety of financial services. Projects have included the development and implementation of rules for electronic clearing and settlement, the development, implementation and operation of compliance, licensing and listing functions and the development of a business case for the electronic settlement of real estate transactions. Michael was instrumental in the implementation of QFMA's Corporate Governance Code and the Anti Money Laundering Rules.

SECURITIES DEPOSITORY OF JORDAN (tbc) 15:40 Afternoon Tea 16:10

Post Trade Infrastructure Focus: What Are The Operational And Regulatory Challenges & Opportunities For Growth In The Regional Markets?

Satvinder Singh

MD of Direct Custody and Clearing EMEA, Global Transaction Services

Eric Salomons

Associate Director - Markets


Keynote Address II

Ahmed Saleh Al Marhoon

Director General


Eric Salomons is an Associate Director, Markets and has developed his career in the financial world over the past 12 years; he has been involved in derivatives arbitrage, risk management and regulation. Eric has further gained wide ranging and valuable experience of exchange operations and clearing houses as Project Manager for licensing and supervision of markets in Europe and the Dubai International Financial Centre. Prior to joining the Dubai Financial Services Authority, he worked at the Dutch Financial Services Regulator (AFM) and was responsible for exchange regulation and a member of the working parties to the NYSE Euronext College of Regulators.


Satvinder is Managing Director and Direct Custody and Clearing Business Head for Citi's Global Transaction Services Business across Europe, Middle East and Africa. Satvinder joined Citi in January 2008 after 14 years with HSBC, where he was most recently Global Head of Sales and Relationship Management for the Direct Clearing and Custody Business. Satvinder's experience at HSBC includes various roles in the Direct Clearing and Custody Business across multiple geographies, including India and Hong Kong.


Ahmed has been at the Muscat Securities Market since September 2001. His previous assignments in cluded being General Manager Financial Service (an Investment and Brokerage company), and also posts at the Ministry of Oil and Gas from 1983 until 1998.


Keynote Address III:The GCC Capital Markets ­ The Road Travelled And The Journey Ahead

Arindam Das

Regional Head, Middle East & Africa


Special Guest Speech:The New Silk Road

Ben Simpfendorfer will discuss China's strengthening relations with the Arab world. He will examine the rapid growth in trade and investment links between the two historic powers, explore the importance of oil and Islam, and speak about China's role as a growth model for the region. His views are based on extensive research in such cities as Beijing, Shanghai, Cairo, Dubai, and Riyadh. Ben Simpfendorfer

Chief China Economist

13:00 Lunch 14:20


Arindam Das has more than 17 years' experience as a banker, of which more than 14 years have been with HBSC. Arindam has extensive experience in the securities services industry ranging from sub-custody and clearing to fund administration services. In the last six years under Arindam's stewardship, HSBC Securities Services has grown significantly in terms of market coverage, scale of operations, breadth of product lines, staff strength, diversity of client base, overall alignment of the Middle East and Africa operations with HSBC's global best practices, and is today the leading provider of securities services with a pan-regional presence.

Stock Exchange 360' Roundtable: What Is The State Of Play In 2011 And How Much More Alignment Is Likely To Occur?

· The GCC stock market's reaction to oil price changes · Development of institutional investment in GCC stock markets · The role of disclosure and transparency in the functioning of Arab stock markets · Case for a regional Stock Exchange · Consolidation forecast Moderator: Tim Reucroft, Director THOMAS MURRAY LTD

Tim joined Thomas Murray in January 2001 conducting research and risk analysis into the European securities markets. This developed into an Overseas Advisory service for capital markets where Tim helps countries modernise their infrastructures such as in Russia, Ukraine and South Africa He now heads up TM's Investor Services division, assisting major institutions select global custodians using Thomas Murray's RFP tools. Tim provides specialist input on derivatives and prime brokerage for any of Thomas Murray's engagements.


Ben Simpfendorfer is Chief China Economist for Royal Bank of Scotland, Hong Kong. Prior to this, he worked at JPMorgan Chase, Hong Kong, as Senior China economist. Ben speaks Arabic and Chinese, and has lived in Beirut, Damascus, Beijing, and Hong Kong. His editorials have appeared in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, and the International Herald Tribune. He is the author of "The New Silk Road: How A Rising Arab World Is Turning Away From The West And Rediscovering China"

10:50 Morning Coffee 11:20

Economic Address:The Middle East & The World, The World & The Middle East. How Aligned Are The Middle Eastern Markets To The Movements In The Global Market?

Dr Jarmo Kotilaine

Chief Economist

17:40 Chairman's Closing Remarks 18:00 Close of Day One 18:30 Evening Function And Dinner Hosted by


Jarmo Kotilaine joined NCB Capital, a Riyadh-headquartered investment bank, as Chief Economist in 2008. He previously advised the Spanish stock exchange, Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (BME), and oversaw financial services consultancy at Control Risks Group (CRG), a London-based international business risk consultancy firm. Prior to that he headed the Financial Services practice area of Oxford Analytica where much of his work focused of emerging capital markets. His main clientele has consisted of banks, stock exchanges and financial regulators, some of which he has continued to serve as an external advisor. He is a frequent columnist and commentator on Middle Eastern and global financial and economic issues.

Panellists: Dr Khaled Serry, Chairman THE EGYPTIAN EXCHANGE

Dr Serry was previously Vice President, Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority. Other highlights in his career include acting as Legal Advisor to the Minister of Finance, and Legal Advisor to the Public and Private Sectors Partnership Unit. He was also a Member in the Capital Market Legislations Improvement Committee for non banking funding activities.

Rashed A. Al Baloushi, Deputy Chief Executive - Director of Operations ABU DHABI SECURITIES EXCHANGE

Rashed Al Baloushi joined Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) in April 2000 where he played an instrumental role in the establishment of the market in November 2000. Al-Baloushi started his career at ADX as Manager of the Clearing, Settlement, Depositary & Registry (CSD) Department. Prior to joining ADX, Al-Baloushi was Head of Registrar & Depository at the Abu Dhabi Free Zone Authority.

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Day Two: Wednesday 23 March, 2011

08.40 Morning Coffee 09:10 Chairman's Opening Remarks 09:20


New Instruments Panel: ETFs, Stock Lending, Derivatives Trading ­ What Is Needed To Develop This Segment? And How Have Investors Reacted So Far?

Elyas Algaseer

MD - Head of Fixed Income Middle East

Pre-Conference One Day Workshop

Maturing The Markets: Driving Market Re-Classification. What Are Global Investors Looking For?

Moderator: Ramy Bourgi

Head of Emerging Markets


Elyas Al Gaseer is a Managing Director in Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank ­ Middle East, currently holding the position of Local Head of Fixed Income Markets ­ Middle East and Deputy Head of Global Islamic Banking. Elyas has over 25 years of experience in financial markets between Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UK.

Assessing GCC Market Infrastructure Risks

GCC Infrastructure In The Context Of Global Best Market Practice

Monday 21 March, 2011


Ramy Bourgi has been Head of emerging markets development for Société Générale Securities Services since September 2007 . Previous assignments included Co-Head of Worldwide Securities Services in EMEA, JPMorgan Chase Bank, and Co-Head of Business Development, Institutions, EMEA at Cambridge Place Investment Management.

Mahmoud Al-Khaledi, SVP UNITED GULF BANK

Mahmoud Al-Khaledi is a SVP of United Gulf Bank, Bahrain (UGB), which is the investment banking arm of KIPCO Group. Prior to that, he was the General Manager of United Gulf Bank Securities Co. in Bahrain; the brokerage arm of UGB. Mahmoud was the Head of Asset Management for six years, two years with United Gulf Financial Services Company in Qatar, an investment bank regulated by QFCRA, and four years with Capital Bank of Jordan.

This interactive workshop outlines what managers should be looking to assess in the post execution environment? What are the risks? Can they be assessed? How can they be intermediated to protect both banks and their underlying clients?

09:30 Registration & Coffee 10:00 Workshop Commences

Panellists: Grant Taylor

Network Manager


Grant is Network Manager for Credit Suisse Investment Banking division covering 32 markets across Central Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. He has been in this role for 6 years, and prior to that had 7 years within CS Operations predominately in the Settlements team.

13:00 Lunch 14:10

Fixed Income Focus: Are The GCC Fixed Income Markets A Permanent Investment Class?

Eric Swats, Head of Asset Management RASMALA INVESTMENT BANK LTD

Eric Swats joined Rasmala in 2003 from Citigroup Asset Management where he served as Head of European Private Bank Asset Management. Mr. Swats holds an MBA in Finance from New York University. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.

Scope Of Post Execution Risk

· Matching systems · Clearing · CCPs · CSDs · Registration · Payment systems

Richard Souri

Vice President


Commercial Manager


Ben Parker is Head of EMEA Commercial Services and Market Management, responsible for all third party relationships in Europe, Middle East and Africa, at both commercial banks and infrastructures for UBS Investment Bank. Ben has been at UBS for four years, in Network Management. Prior to UBS, he spent 8 years at Citi, in a variety roles, mainly in the investment bank. He started his career in the City with Salomon Brothers.


Global Custody And Service Providers: How Is The Landscape Changing In The Middle East?

· Local custodian vs Multinational/ Regional Custodians · Splitting assets and reporting between 2 custodians within the same market · Key criteria in choosing new custodians in the Middle East markets · What is the main reason to change existing custodian(s) to new one(s)? · Islamic custody ­ what next? (speaker to be announced)

What Risks Need To Be Assessed?

· Asset commitment risk · Liquidity risk · Counterparty · Asset servicing risk · Financial risk · CSD on CSD credit risk · Operational risk · Legal risk

Göran Fors

Global Head of Custody Services



How Is Regional Infrastructure And Trading Technology Facilitating Greater Choice For Global And Regional Investors?

· Developments in electronic trading · FIX connectivity and infrastructure · Facilitating intra- and extra-regional order flow Ian Salmon

Head of Enterprise Business Development

GCC Post-Execution Risks

· Review of current post-trade risks · Benchmarking against BRIC countries


Broker Access To Accounts ­ What Are The Risks?

· Account structures trading vs. custody accounts · Cash settlement process via brokers vs. custodians Melissa Bohlin

Vice President - Network Management

Blueprint For A Modern Capital Market

· Best market practice from around the world · Current trends in post trade infrastructure · The impact of globalisation


Melissa is a Network Manager within Brown Brothers Harriman's (BBH) Network Management department located in Boston. The Network Management department falls under the firm's Investor Services and Markets business line. Her primary responsibilities include the oversight of BBH's subcustodian bank relationships in the Asia, Middle East and Northern Africa regions as well as providing market intelligence and risk assessments to the firm's client base on the challenges for cross-border investment.


Ian has responsibility for growing the firm's sell-side business, supporting large scale Fidessa enterprise platform sales and new strategic product initiatives within the EMEA region. Prior to moving into this role in 2010, Ian was Head of Liquidity Solutions at Fidessa.

Lessons From Europe

· Consolidation · Convergence · Complexity


Reducing Risk Through Effective Collateral Management & TriParty Repo

Karl Wyborn

EMEA Head of Technical Sales Clearance and Collateral Management

Ajay Kumar

Assistant General Manager Investments


Ajay was instrumental in setting up the Asset Management Business at QNB in 2005 and currently manages over US$ 3.5 billion to rank among one of the largest asset managers in the region and was awarded the best Asset Manager in Qatar 2010 by Global Investor (isf) Middle East Annual awards. QNB has consistently been the top performing Asset Manager since 2005. Ajay specializes in portfolio risk analytics, risk attribution and dynamic allocation models. Prior to joining QNB, he worked with National Bank of Oman (NBO) as Head of Investment Banking and was instrumental in issuing the first floating rate notes and convertible bonds in Oman.

Q&A & Conclusion

17:00 Workshop Concludes

J.P MORGAN . 11:10 Morning Coffee

About Your Workshop Leader:

Tim Reucroft



What's It Going To Take To Get The MENA Asset Management Industry Off The Ground?

Ali Mohammed Juma



Tim joined Thomas Murray in January 2001conducting research and risk analysis into the European securities markets. This developed into an Overseas Advisory service forcapital markets where Tim helps countries modernise their infrastructures such as in Russia, Ukraine and South Africa He now heads up TM's Investor Services division, assisting major institutions select global custodians using Thomas Murray's RFP tools. Tim provides specialist input on derivatives and prime brokerage for any of Thomas Murray's engagements.


(speaker to be announced)


Mr. Ali Mohammad Juma is the co-founder and Chief Executive of Vision Investment Services Co. SAOC ("Vision"). He is the Chairman of Vision Emerging GCC Fund, Board Member of Vision Emerging Oman Fund and Chairman of Vision Insurance Company SAOC. Vision has established itself as a premier pan GCC Asset Management Company with strategic investments brokerage, insurance and real estate services. With over 18 years of experience in regional and global markets, Ali has added an impeccable macroeconomic direction to Vision's investment strategy and been instrumental in shaping overall investment philosophy of the organization. Ali is also credited with developing innovative financial product/strategies for GCC and International markets.


Fadi Al Said

CFA, Head of Equities


Fadi joined ING Investment Management (Middle East) Ltd, as Director of Equities and the Senior Fund Manager. Most recently, Fadi was a senior fund manager in the Asset Management division at NBD Investment Bank where he managed the two flagship funds (MENA equities and GCC balanced funds). Fadi was previously at Noor Capital where he was a Senior Vice President heading up the Asset Management division. He also worked for Damac Invest as a Senior Investment Manager, where he co-managed a multi billion Dirham portfolio invested in the MENA region.

GEO FOCUS Each table will be hosted by an expert and discussions will centre on the specifics of that particular jurisdiction. Key areas of focus will include: · New capabilities in the specified country and an assessment of the key drivers behind services and competition · Separating out the good investments from the bad · Political updates ­ Regional and global · How are the markets evolving? · The role of the CSD and Stock Exchange · The regulatory environment · What are the risks? And the opportunities? · Settlement procedures a) Qatar - HSBC b) Bahrain - CITI c) United Arab Emirates d) Saudi Arabia e) Kuwait 16:40 Conference Close

Country Clinics: 5 Country-By-Country Roundtables

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The march of Renaissance in the Sultanate of Oman, kicked off in the year 1970 under the leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, Sultan of Oman aimed at building an economy capable of evolving itself to highlight its position in the international arena. It was the succession of this initiative that was the basis of the creation of Muscat Securities Market under the Royal Decree No. (53/88). MSM started its work on May 20, 1989 as a public institution with legal personality which allows trading in Public joint stock companies, government bonds, corporate bonds, investment funds as well as financial instruments approved by MSM. In order to achieve such objectives, MSM undertakes the following: Developing means to ensure sound transactions for the protection of market participants. Raising investment awareness for the benefit of economic development process. Creating professional working environment and establishing the principal of professional conduct among market participants. Keeping abreast with developments in capital markets for putting in place systems that insure higher standard of performance. Deepening the market through encouraging new listing and diversifying investment instruments. The Capital Market Authority has been established pursuant to the Royal Decree No. 80/98 on 9th November 1998, as a Governmental organization enjoying a legal personality, financial and administrative autonomy. It was established to take over the responsibilities of supervising and organizing the activities of both the Omani Capital Market and Insurance sector. Its objective is to promote the competency and efficiency of the capital market and insurance sector through protecting the interests of investors, market participants and holders of insurance policies and to promote the rules of professional conduct and disciplines among all parties operating in the capital market industry.

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HSBC has been providing sub-custody and securities clearing services in the Middle East and Africa since the 1990s. Over the past decade, our Middle East and Africa network has grown to cover 12 countries in the region including the 6 Gulf Co-operation Council countries of United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain as well as Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, the Palestinian Autonomous Area, Mauritius and Egypt. As the only international bank offering sub-custody and securities clearing services throughout the region, HSBC offers an unparalleled level of coverage on the ground across the Middle East. We have consistently invested in our branch network from the time the markets were in their infancy and throughout their development, demonstrating HSBC's commitment to the region. Our extensive sub-custody operations in the region enable clients to link into the best practices of our global network that spans 40 markets across Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America.

Our dedicated team of experienced local market experts has an in-depth understanding of each market and strong relationships with market authorities enabling us to work with them to instigate changes in the markets and align them more closely with international norms, as well as ensuring clients are fully up-to-date with the latest market developments as they happen. With a long history of providing the highest standards of service to clients in the Middle East and Africa, we act as a valued business adviser to our clients in each of the markets we serve. For further information please contact: Arindam Das Regional Head of HSBC Securities Services, Middle East and Africa HSBC Bank Middle East Limited Tel: (971 4) 423 6110 Fax: (971 4) 423 6113 E-mail: [email protected]


Global Transaction Services, a division of Citi's Institutional Clients Group, offers integrated cash management, trade, and securities and fund services to multinational corporations, financial institutions and public sector organizations around the world. With a network that spans more than 100 countries, Citi's Global Transaction Services supports over 65,000 clients. As of the third quarter of 2010, it held on average $340 billion in liability balances and $12.4 trillion in assets under custody. Citi, the leading global financial services company, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Through Citicorp and Citi Holdings, Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management. Additional information may be found at <> or Deutsche Bank's Global Transaction Banking division offers its clients access to a growing domestic custody and clearing network which currently covers more than 30 securities markets globally. We are dedicated to providing crossborder custody services, fund administration, securities clearing and agency securities lending consistently in all markets to exceptional standards as part of our commitment to support our clients' success. Despite challenging market conditions, Deutsche Bank has continued to expand its global footprint and has added Austria and the KSA to its network in 2011. We offer clients a unique combination of local expertise backed by the resources of a leading global bank. With a worldwide team of custody experts, leading-edge technology and a track record of consistent product innovation, Deutsche Bank delivers exceptional custody and clearing services to its clients. For more information, please visit

Established in 28 locations worldwide with around 4,000 employees, SGSS provides a full range of securities services that are adapted to the latest financial markets and regulatory evolution: clearing services, custody and trustee services, retail custody services, liquidity management, fund administration and asset servicing, fund distribution and global issuer services. SGSS is the 6th largest worldwide global custodian and the 2nd largest in Europe with 3,365* billion euros of assets under custody. SGSS provides custody & trustee services for 2,934* funds and the valuation of 4,481* funds, representing assets under administration of 448* billion euros. SGSS manages and calculates the current value of 30,000* "complex product" positions. SGSS also ranks among the European leaders in stock option management. *at September 30, 2010

The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), The Number One Bank in UAE, was incorporated in 1968 and is listed on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX), under stock code (NBAD). NBAD is ranked as one of the top 50 safest banks in the world. The Bank provides its customers with a wide variety of financial services and products targeting all segments of the consumer and corporate markets. It has a network of more than 110 branches and 400 ATMs in the UAE and 50 branches and 60 ATMs overseas. Overseas network stretches from Oman, Kuwait, and Bahrain in the G.C.C.; Egypt, Libya, and Sudan in Africa; UK, France, and Switzerland in Europe; Hong Kong and Jordan in Asia to Washington, D.C. in the U.S.A.

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Fidessa group supplies multi-asset trading, portfolio analysis, compliance, market data and connectivity solutions for financial markets participants. Fidessa's products are used by over 85% of tier-one, global financial institutions, across both the buy-side and sell-side. Fidessa's network carries $700 billion of flow a month between 2,400 buy-sides and 550 brokers across more than 140 markets worldwide. Headquartered in London and with operations across Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East, Fidessa supports over 26,000 users across 900 clients, serving major investment banks and asset managers through to niche brokers and hedge funds. Fidessa group is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

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MULTI-BOOKING DISCOUNT: If you register more than 2 delegates, the 3rd and each subsequently registered delegate will receive 50% off the fee for any packages that include the main conference. All discounts are subject to approval. Discounts can not be combined. The discounts apply to the price at the date of registration. Discounts can only be claimed at the time of registration.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Attendance at this conference is subject to the ICBI Delegate Terms and Conditions at Your attention is drawn in particular to clauses 6, 8 and 14 of the ICBI Delegate Terms and Conditions which have been set out below: Cancellation Policy: If you cancel in accordance with this policy, you will receive a refund of your fees paid to ICBI (if any): (i) if you cancel your registration 28 days or more before the Conference, subject to an administration charge equivalent to 10% of the total amount of your fees plus VAT; or (ii) if you cancel your registration less than 28 days, but more than 14 days before the Conference, subject to an administration charge equivalent to 50% of the total amount of your fees plus VAT. ICBI regrets that the full amount of your fee remains payable in the event that your cancellation is 14 days or less before the Conference or if you fail to attend the Conference. All cancellations must be sent by email to [email protected] marked for the attention of Customer Services and must be received by ICBI. You acknowledge that the refund of your fees in accordance with this policy is your sole remedy in respect of any cancellation of your registration by you and all other liability is expressly excluded. Changes To The Conference: ICBI may (at its sole discretion) change the format, speakers, participants, content, venue location and programme or any other aspect of the Conference at any time and for any reason, whether or not due to a Force Majeure Event, in each case without liability. Data protection: The personal information which you provide to us will be held by us on a database. You agree that ICBI may share this information with other companies in the Informa group. Occasionally your details may be made available to selected third parties who wish to communicate with you offers related to your business activities. If you do not wish to receive these offers please contact the database manager. For more information about how ICBI use the information you provide please see our privacy policy at: If you do not wish your details to be available to companies in the Informa Group, or selected third parties, please contact the Database Manager, Informa UK Ltd, 29 Bressenden Place, London, SW1E 5DR, UK. Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7077, fax: +44 (0)20 7017 7828 or email [email protected] Incorrect Mailing: If you are receiving multiple mailings or you would like us to change any details, or remove your name from our database, please contact the Database Manager at the above address quoting the reference number printed on the mailing label. By completing and submitting this registration form, you confirm that you have read and understood the ICBI Delegate Terms and Conditions and you agree to be bound by them.

Cheque. Enclosed is our cheque for £ ................ in favour of IIR Ltd Please ensure that the Reference Code FKP3A3U is written on the back of the cheque By Bank transfer: Full details of bank transfer options will be given with your invoice on registration.

Please debit my Mastercard Visa Amex Dinners

Card Number CVV Number Expiry Date Signature /

3 digit security code on the reverse of card, 4 digits for AMEX card

with the sum of £


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